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Forest Hills »

The popular branch at 108-19 71st Ave. closed in April. 

Rego Park »

The new two-story library will replace the current building.

Corona »

The Queens Library branch will have 31 straight hours of events from Friday into Saturday. 

Allerton »

New York City's three library systems want an increase to their 10-year, $1 billion capital budget.

Long Island City »

The library, which was originally supposed to open in 2014, is now expected to open in 2018.

Forest Hills »

More than 3,000 residents from District 29 voted how to spend $1 million.

Long Island City »

The library-on-wheels will be parked on Center Boulevard from 12 to 5 p.m. on Sundays starting April 9.

Washington Heights »

Public school students aren't the only ones enjoying a snow day.

Long Island City »

At the Cambria Heights branch, teens will interview adults about breakups and heartache.

Inwood »

Libraries around the city will face off for a $20,000 prize.

Rego Park »

The event, scheduled for Saturday, will feature comic book artists displaying their work. 

Prospect Heights »

The spike comes days after Kellyanne Conway coined the phrase  "alternative facts."

Elmhurst »

The library at at 86-01 Broadway will reopen on Dec. 20. 

Forest Hills »

The branch was scheduled to close Friday for roof repairs.